Peavey PV115D 400W 15" Powered Speaker

15" Powered PA Speaker with Class D Amplification (each)
Peavey PV115D 400W 15
Peavey PV115D 400W 15
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Peavey PV115D 400W 15" Powered Speaker
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Great-sounding, Rugged, and Lightweight

The Peavey PV 115D powered PA speaker can take whatever abuses your road schedule dishes out. The PV 115D gives you superb sound and coverage in a bantamweight, rugged package your roadies won't complain about. No roadies? All the more reason to check out the 115D! Peavey has been in the SR game for quite a while, and their PV Series speakers have a reputation for delivering the goods. Night after night. Tour after tour. If you're looking for affordable, lightweight, great-sounding PA speakers with the latest class D amplifier technology, give the Peavey PV 115D a serious listen.

Peavey PV 115D Powered PA Speaker at a Glance:
  • Lightweight class D power
  • Bone-rattling bass
  • Power amp output jack
  • Roadworthy build
Lightweight class D power

The Peavey PV 115D active PA speaker is powered with a bantamweight class D amp that puts out 400 beefy watts (up to 800W peak). Class D is the latest amplifier technology that gives you big power in a lightweight chassis. The 115D also sports Peavey's DDT compression/anti-clipping protection, so you'll never have to worry about frying your speakers.

Bone-rattling bass

The Peavey PV 115D powered PA speaker is fitted with a Peavey-exclusive 15" heavy-duty woofer sporting a massive 50 oz magnet, so you get bone-rattling bass that will have your more tech-savvy fans looking around for the subwoofers. Of course, if you want to beef your system with subterranean bass, Sweetwater has subs to match - just call your Sales Engineer.

Power amp output jack

The Peavey PV 115D active PA speaker features a power amp output jack, so you can power another speaker - a passive monitor wedge, sub, or PA speaker, for instance - for an extremely economical, expandable system.

Roadworthy build

The PV 115D powered PA speaker is built Peavey-tough. Peavey's PA speakers are known for their roadworthiness, and the PV 115D is no exception. Fitted with steel handles and protective corners, the 115D's carpet-covered trapezoidal enclosure is a veritable glutton for punishment. There's even a powder-coated, full-coverage heavy-duty perforated steel grill to ward off inadvertent attacks from errant blunt instruments. Go ahead - give it your best shot. The Peavey PV 115D is in it for the long haul.

Peavey PV 115D Powered PA Speaker Features:
  • A great-sounding, versatile sound reinforcement enclosure!
  • DDT compression/anti-clipping protection
  • Signal input via combo XLR/1/4", providing balanced operation
  • Constant directivity tweeter horn
  • Contour switch provides bass and treble lift
  • Heavy-duty crossover network with high frequency driver protection
  • Roadworthy carpet covered trapezoidal enclosure with steel handles and protective corners
  • Full-coverage heavy-duty perforated steel grill with powder coat finish
  • RX14 titanium diaphragm compression driver, with 1.4" titanium diaphragm
  • Steel pole mount adaptor
  • Peavey exclusive 15" heavy-duty woofer with 2-3/8" voice coil and beefy 50oz magnet
  • T-Nut speaker mounting
  • Lightweight 400W Class-D powered system with up to 800W total peak available power
  • Power amp output jack available to power another (passive) speaker
With the Peavey PV 115D, you get it all: great sound, roadworthiness, and light weight!

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Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Single Amp
LF Driver Size 1 x 15"
HF Driver Size 1 x 1.4"
Total Power 400W
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (XLR)
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Speaker), 1 x 1/4" (Link)
Frequency Range 46Hz-21kHz
Crossover Frequency 3kHz
Maximum Peak SPL 121dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 60 Degrees
Vertical Coverage Angle 40 Degrees
Enclosure Material MDF
Mounting Options Pole
Height 32.25"
Width 18.83"
Depth 14.75"
Weight 56 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 03602020

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

CLEAR SOUND

at low volume level , these are fantastic , smooth full body rich sound , for mid range gear , I am 100% satisfied !
Music background: music enthuisist , bass and guitar hobbyist
5/5

PA and recording gear

I have been involved with music performance and production for over 40 years and I have never been treated better than at Sweetwater. I have purchased a number of things from them over the last couple of years and its all worked great or they replaced it fast as in the case of a Peavey PV115D speaker. They have the best professional sales and technical staff I have ever been involved with. I plan to do business with them for many years to come.
Music background: musician and sound technician
5/5

Versatile Speaker

I still can't believe these speakers are only $299 a piece. I use 2 with 2 non powered pv 118 subs hooked the the internal, which supplies 400 watts to the subs, and wow!!! They match up perfectly. I also use the link out to pass sound through to an additional powered pv 118d. I ran sound for a band this weekend and didn't have time to run everything though my DBX speaker management, so I ran the sound straight to these 15's and feed the subs off of them and got immaculate sound with no feedback or phasing issues!
Music background: DJ and FOH sound guy
5/5

Great speaker!

Purchased one of these and a Yamaha MG102c to be used as a PA system just for vocals for my death metal band. We are a 4 piece (drums/vocals, two guitars, and bass) and though we don't turn up enough to destroy things we do get a bit loud. This speaker keeps up with us so far and I am extremely happy with it. And I really enjoy not having to mess around with a separate amp. If you have the money and/or you are a really loud band, I would recommend getting two of them so you don't have to push just one so much. I couldn't imagine something less powerful than this making the cut for us (it's right on the edge but it works!). On a different note, the audio quality is fantastic. I played some CDs through it was really pleased with how even everything sounded! And the vocals sound full and rich through it, definitely a great buy!
Music background: Live and studio engineer, guitarist, drummer
5/5

Very Universal PA Speaker

I am just getting back into playing the drums having not played since the late 80's. I went down to the local music shop and tried out a few kits and went with a Roland V-Drum tour kit. Plays real well and is quiet which put in hours of practice and not drive all of the nieghbors crazy. A good friend of mine wanted to get together and jam so this is when I hit the delema of having to put out some sound with volume. Being new to the electronic drum world I didnt know what kind of amp system to purchase. Through research on the web I came up with either a PA system or Keyboard AMP. Electric drum amps were way,way over priced. It was recommended by a DJ buddy of mine that I use an active PA speaker. It will cover the full range. I researched and found that the most bang for the buck was the Peavey PV115d. You Tube had a great show and tell on it as well. As a shot in the dark not being able to confirm if this was going to work with my kit I ordered it from Sweetwater. It showed up within 3 days. I hooked it up to my kit and it is AMAZING! great sound and volume. I am here to confirm for all of you out there that this is a great purchase to use with an electric drum kit. Just a side note for electric drum kit owners: I found that you need to plug into the 1/4" headphone jack in order to get the full volume range from your module. The left mono out did not work as well. Highly recommend it for the money. Check out the NAMM video on You Tube to check it out. Thats what convinced me.
Music background: Percussionist
See also: Peavey, Peavey PA Speakers